Ireland is open and Aer Lingus is looking forward to helping Canadians travel there!
It’s now easier to get to Ireland with the addition of Aer Lingus’ direct flights from Toronto (YYZ) to Dublin (DUB) and special offers to the Emerald Isle.
Canadian travellers who book between now and Oct. 7 will enjoy special roundtrip fares starting from $399 roundtrip. Offers are valid for travel between October 1st, 2021 and February 17th, 2022.
Aer Lingus has recommenced non-stop flights between Toronto and Dublin as of this past Saturday, Sept. 18. The service has resumed with two flights per week, increasing to four per week from Sept. 27 (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday).
“We are delighted Aer Lingus has reinstated their direct flights from Toronto to Dublin, with regular frequency and great value airfare on offer for travel this Fall-Winter. Whether your trip is to reconnect with family and friends, explore your heritage or to experience all Ireland has to offer, it is now even easier for travellers to experience our world-famous ‘Céad Míle Fáilte – ‘one hundred thousand welcomes’ that awaits on the Emerald Isle” said Sandra Moffatt, manager, Tourism Ireland, Canada.
Ireland has maintained strict entry requirements for international arrivals in line with the EU, in order to ensure the health and safety of travellers and local communities, as well as implemented strict health and safety protocols to ensure all businesses, including the hospitality sector, have been able to re-open and operate safely.
Wide open spaces, outdoor adventure experiences, luxurious getaways and self-catering accommodation options all make Ireland well suited to a post-pandemic trip.
Aer Lingus also continues to offer great booking flexibility and allows customers to change their flights up to two hours before they are due to depart with no change fee.
The Aer Lingus ‘Book with Confidence’ offer is available on all fare types allowing flexibility should plans change.
For travel to Ireland, those that are fully vaccinated do not face travel-related testing or quarantine.
For those who do not have valid proof of vaccination, they will need to present evidence of a negative RT-PCR test result within 72 hours prior to arrival into Ireland, self-quarantine, undergo post-arrival testing (this will be provided through the Health Service Executive in Ireland).